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My name is Patricia and I have been a blogger for about 15 months. I am also a wife, mother, grandmother and a nurse. One of the most unique things about living in Canada ... and in particular the east coast, is the fact that we get to experience 4 different seasons. Each has it's own beauty that is added to the already spectacular natural beauty of our rugged coastline and inland lakes.
Our trees are forever changing. Our national symbol, the Maple Leaf, can be seen everywhere in the autumn.
We are grateful to live in a peaceful nation and have constant reminders of it with scenery that reflects tranquility even when the clouds are present.
One of the many lakes in my area that can be enjoyed all year round for walking, skating or sledding.
An interesting perspective of summer frolickers @ Rockwood Park, one of Canada's largest urban parks with 890 hectares (aprox 2200acres) of land with fresh water lakes, extensive trails, a golf course and the city zoo.
A beautiful summer sunset on the Kennebecasis River where boaters of all types are in their glory. This shot is near the Royal Kennebecasis Yacht Club in Saint John, New Brunswick.
My hubby and I often just sit with our "Timmies" and watch the sun go down.
Living in the wonderful country of Canada how could I not be happy.. And finally,
This sculpture is composed of several different types of stone found in Canada, joined together to represent what we view as a Canadian symbol.This stone, just like the fantastic people of Canada who individually are strong and work well on their own, when joined together in this unified fashion we are unstoppable! In more ways than you ever thought.....CANADA ROCKS!!